Rosaleen O’Connor talks about the injustice and impact of symphysiotomy operations

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Rosaleen O’Connor talks about a symphysiotomy which was performed by doctors after her admission to a maternity ward for her second child at the age of 21. Rosaleen is one of many survivors seeking truth and justice for the tragedy

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International News Outlet, Al Jazeera Express Horror at Symphysiotomy

Ireland’s shocking record on women’s rights Horror operations based on church doctrine, abuse, neglect. Ireland escapes criticism and largely ignores the victims. Laurence Lee is Al Jazeera’s London correspondent, covering economic, social and political affairs across the UK and Ireland.

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Video: SOS Survivor Theresa Devoy

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Theresa Devoy was operated upon without her consent during her first pregnancy in 1963, at St Luke’s Hospital, Kilkenny. Here she talks about her desire for justice and her hopes that the Bill currently before the Irish parliament is passed

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Video: Maria Kelly shares her experience

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Symphysiotomy survivor Maria Kelly shares her experience. Maria has undergone repeated operations to repair the damage done by doctors who practiced surgery on young women and girls, without their consent, to ensure childbearing without limits. Video courtesy of Sinead O’Carroll

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Survivor stories : Theresa Devoy

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One of the survivors of symphysiotomy in Ireland is Theresa Devoy who was seventeen when she went into hospital. Here is her story. Watch a video of Theresa discussing why we need our Bill to become law. I met my

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